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1 118 The Condition of Education 2012

2 APPENDIX A Tables Appendix A Tables 119

3 Indicator 1 Enrollment Trends by Age Table A-1-1. Percentage of the population ages 3 34 enrolled in school, by age group: October Ages Ages Year Total, ages 3 34 Ages Ages 5 6 Ages 7 13 Ages Ages Total In secondary In college Total Ages Ages Ages Ages Beginning in 1994, new procedures were used to collect enrollment data on children ages 3 4. As a result, pre-1994 data may not be comparable to data from 1994 or later. NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Includes enrollment in any type of graded public or parochial or other private schools and include nursery schools or preschools, kindergartens, elementary schools, secondary schools, colleges, universities, and professional schools. Excludes enrollments in schools that do not advance students toward a regular school degree (e.g., trade schools, business colleges, and correspondence courses). This table uses a different data source than table A-OPE-2; therefore, the enrollment estimates for 2010 are not directly comparable to the total enrollment estimates in table A-OPE-2. For more information on the Current Population Survey (CPS), see Appendix B Guide to Sources. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Current Population Survey (CPS), October Supplement, The Condition of Education 2012

4 1 Participation Tables This indicator continues on page Appendix A Tables 121

5 Indicator 1 Enrollment Trends by Age Table A-1-2. Age range for compulsory school attendance, policies on kindergarten education, and percentage of the population ages 3 34 enrolled in school, by age group and state or jurisdiction: 2010 Kindergarten education 1 Percentage of the population ages 3 34 enrolled in school School districts required to offer Ages State or jurisdiction Compulsory age of attendance Attendance required Program Full-day program Ages 3 4 Ages 5 17 Total In secondary In college Ages Ages United States Alabama 7 to 17 X X Alaska 7 to Arizona 6 to 16 2 X Arkansas 5 to 17 2,3 X X X California 6 to 18 X Colorado 6 to 17 X Connecticut 5 to 18 3 X X Delaware 5 to 16 X X X District of Columbia 5 to 18 X X Florida 6 to 16 4 X Georgia 6 to 16 X X Hawaii 6 to 18 X Idaho 7 to Illinois 7 to 17 X Indiana 7 to 18 2 X Iowa 6 to 16 X Kansas 7 to 18 2 X Kentucky 6 to 16 X Louisiana 7 to 18 2 X X X Maine 7 to 17 2 X Maryland 5 to 16 3 X X X Massachusetts 6 to 16 2 X Michigan 6 to Minnesota 7 to 16 2 X Mississippi 6 to 17 X X Missouri 7 to 17 X Montana 7 to 16 2 X Nebraska 6 to 18 X Nevada 7 to 18 2 X X New Hampshire 6 to See notes at end of table. 122 The Condition of Education 2012

6 Table A-1-2. Age range for compulsory school attendance, policies on kindergarten education, and percentage of the population ages 3 34 enrolled in school, by age group and state or jurisdiction: 2010 Continued 1 Kindergarten education 1 Percentage of the population ages 3 34 enrolled in school School districts required to offer Ages State or jurisdiction Compulsory age of attendance Attendance required Program Full-day program Ages 3 4 Ages 5 17 Total In secondary In college Ages Ages United States New Jersey 6 to New Mexico 5 to 18 2 X X New York 6 to North Carolina 7 to 16 X X North Dakota 7 to Ohio 6 to 18 X X X Oklahoma 5 to 18 X X ( 7 ) Oregon 7 to 18 X Pennsylvania 8 to Rhode Island 6 to 16 X X South Carolina 5 to 17 3 X X X South Dakota 6 to 18 2,9 X X Tennessee 6 to 17 3 X X Texas 6 to 18 X Utah 6 to 18 X Vermont 6 to 16 2 X Virginia 5 to 18 2,3 X X Washington 8 to 18 X West Virginia 6 to 17 X X X Wisconsin 6 to 18 X Wyoming 7 to 16 2 X Not applicable. X State has policy. 1 Requirements are for Program refers to any kindergarten program, either full-day program or part-day program. 2 Child may be exempted from compulsory attendance if he/she meets state requirements for early withdrawal without meeting conditions for a diploma or equivalency. 3 Parent/guardian may delay child s entry until a later age, per state law/regulation. 4 Attendance is compulsory until age 18 for Manatee County students unless they earn a high school diploma prior to reaching their 18th birthday. 5 New York City and Buffalo require school attendance until age 17, unless employed; Syracuse requires kindergarten attendance at age 5. 6 State requires districts with full-day programs to allow half-day attendance. 7 Beginning in , it will be mandatory for all districts in Oklahoma to offer full-day kindergarten. 8 Parents may request either a full-day or a half-day program. For students enrolled in half-day programs, child care must be provided for the remainder of the school day. 9 Compulsory attendance beginning at age 5, effective July 1, NOTE: Include enrollment in public, private, and home schools and includes nursery schools, kindergartens, elementary and secondary schools, colleges, and graduate or professional schools. Excludes enrollments in schools that do not advance students toward a regular school degree, such as trade schools, business colleges, and correspondence courses. This table uses a different data source than table A-OPE-1; therefore, the total enrollment estimates are not directly comparable to the 2010 estimates in table A-OPE-1. For more information on the American Community Survey (ACS), see Appendix B Guide to Sources. SOURCE: Education Commission of the States (ECS), ECS StateNotes, State Characteristics: Kindergarten, retrieved August 24, 2011, from ecs.org/clearinghouse/90/71/9071.pdf; ECS StateNotes, District Offering of Full-Day Kindergarten, retrieved August 24, 2011, from com/ecsforum/mbtab2?rep=kd33&sid=a0i xkgj&q=q2207&q1=q2208; and supplemental information retrieved from various state websites. U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, American Community Survey (ACS), 2010, unpublished tabulations. Participation Tables 1 Appendix A Tables 123

7 Indicator 2 Early Education and Child Care Arrangements of Young Children Table A-2-1. Total population, 3 to 5 years Age and year old Total,3 to 5 years old Enrollment of 3-, 4-, and 5-year-old children in preprimary programs, by level of program, control of program, and attendance status: Selected years, 1980 through 2010 [Numbers in thousands] Total Percent enrolled Enrollment by level and control Nursery school Kindergarten Public Private Public Private Enrollment by attendance Full-day Part-day Percent full-day ,284 4, ,353 2, ,551 3, ,733 5, ,631 2, ,144 3, ,207 6, ,199 2,180 2, ,577 4, ,518 7, ,950 2,381 2, ,689 4, ,858 7, ,146 2,180 2, ,008 3, ,134 7, ,409 2,120 2, ,548 3, ,186 8, ,481 2,156 2, ,723 3, ,326 8, ,532 2,037 3, ,578 3, ,583 7, ,609 1,961 2, ,615 3, ,718 8, ,703 1,945 3, ,916 3, ,949 8, ,749 2,048 3, ,813 3, years old , ! 17! ,594 1, ,692 1, ! ,148 1, ! 17! ,929 1, ! 16! ,151 1, ! ,043 1, ! ,142 1, ! ,204 1, ,361 1, , ,492 1, years old ,072 1, ,598 1, , ,723 2, , , ,145 2, ,054 1, ,104 1, ,940 2, ,144 1, ,182 1, ,028 2, ,295 1, ,332 1, ,095 2, ,401 1, ,418 1, ,092 2, , ,297 1, ,241 2, , ,332 1, ,176 2, , ! 1,372 1, ,358 2, ,587 1, ,405 1, years old ,069 2, , , ,542 3, , ,151 1, ,792 3, , ,414 1, ,224 3, , ,830 1, ,989 3, , ,065 1, ,955 3, , ,316 1, ,049 3, , ,422 1, ,091 3, , ,397 1, ,137 3, , ,432 1, ,180 3, , ,519 1, ,099 3, , , ! Interpret data with caution. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is 30 percent or greater. Reporting standards not met. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is 50 percent or greater. NOTE: Data from 1995 to 2010 were collected using new procedures and may not be comparable with data prior to Preprimary programs are groups or classes that are organized to provide educational experiences for children, and include kindergarten, preschool, and nursery school programs. Enrollment data for 5-year-olds include only those students in preprimary programs and do not include those enrolled in primary programs. Data are based on sample surveys of the civilian noninstitutional population. Detail may not sum to totals due to rounding. For more information on the Current Population Survey (CPS), see Appendix B Guide to Sources. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Current Population Survey (CPS), October 1980 through The Condition of Education 2012

8 2 Table A-2-2. Percentage of 3-, 4-, and 5-year old children enrolled in preprimary programs, by attendance status, level of program, and selected child and family characteristics: October 2010 Full-day Part-day Selected child and family characteristics Sex Total Total Nursery school Total Nursery school Kindergarten Kindergarten Total Male Female Age of child 3 years old ! years old years old Race/ethnicity of child White Black Hispanic Asian Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 54.6 American Indian/Alaska Native ! ! 24.1! 22.5! Two or more races ! Participation Tables Number of parents/guardians in the household One parent or guardian Two parents or guardians Mother s current employment status Employed Unemployed Not in the labor force Father s current employment status Employed Unemployed Not in the labor force Highest educational attainment of parents/guardians Less than high school High school/ged Vocational/technical or some college Associate s degree Bachelor s degree Graduate or professional degree ! Interpret data with caution. The coefficient of variation (CV) for this estimate is 30 percent or greater. Reporting standards not met. Either there are too few cases or the coefficient of variation (CV) is 50 percent or greater. NOTE: Preprimary programs are groups or classes that are organized to provide educational experiences for children, and include kindergarten, preschool, and nursery school programs. Enrollment data for 5-year-olds include only those students in preprimary programs and do not include those enrolled in primary programs. Race categories exclude persons of Hispanic ethnicity. Data are based on sample surveys of the civilian noninstitutional population. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. For more information on race/ethnicity, see Appendix C Commonly Used Measures. For more information on the Current Population Survey (CPS), see Appendix B Guide to Sources. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Current Population Survey (CPS), October Appendix A Tables 125

9 Indicator 3 Public School Enrollment Table A-3-1. Actual and projected public school enrollment in grades prekindergarten (prek) through 12, by grade level and region: Selected school years, through [Totals in thousands] Total enrollment Total and percent enrollment for grades prek 12, by region Grades Grades Grades Northeast Midwest South West School year prek 12 prek Total Percent Total Percent Total Percent Total Percent ,894 32,558 13,336 9, , , , ,819 30,515 14,304 9, , , , ,877 27,647 13,231 8, , , , ,422 27,034 12,388 7, , , , ,217 29,876 11,341 7, , , , ,047 30,503 11,544 7, , , , ,823 31,086 11,737 7, , , , ,465 31,502 11,963 7, , , , ,111 31,896 12,215 7, , , , ,840 32,338 12,502 7, , , , ,611 32,762 12,849 8, , , , ,127 33,071 13,056 8, , , , ,539 33,344 13,195 8, , , , ,857 33,486 13,371 8, , , , ,204 33,686 13,517 8, , , , ,672 33,936 13,736 8, , , , ,183 34,114 14,069 8, , , , ,540 34,201 14,339 8, , , , ,795 34,178 14,618 8, , , , ,113 34,204 14,909 8, , , , ,316 34,235 15,081 8, , , , ,293 34,205 15,087 8, , , , ,266 34,286 14,980 8, , , , ,373 34,418 14,955 8, , , , ,484 34,625 14,860 8, , , , Projected ,636 34,849 14,787 8, , , , ,828 35,076 14,752 8, , , , ,067 35,301 14,766 8, , , , ,407 35,502 14,905 8, , , , ,773 35,735 15,038 8, , , , ,146 36,029 15,116 8, , , , ,524 36,329 15,195 8, , , , ,880 36,639 15,241 8, , , , ,260 36,956 15,304 8, , , , ,688 37,278 15,410 8, , , , ,113 37,598 15,515 8, , , , NOTE: The most recent year of actual data is , and is the last year for which projected data are available. For more information on projections, see NCES Some data have been revised from previously published figures. For a list of states in each region, see Appendix C - Commonly Used Measures. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Statistics of Public Elementary and Secondary Day Schools, through ; Common Core of Data (CCD), State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education, through , and National Elementary and Secondary Enrollment Model, The Condition of Education 2012

10 3 Participation Tables This indicator continues on page Appendix A Tables 127

11 Indicator 3 Public School Enrollment Table A-3-2. Number and percent change in public school enrollment in grades prekindergarten (prek) through 12, by grade level, region, and state or jurisdiction: School years and [Numbers in thousands] Region and state or jurisdiction Grades prek 12 Grades prek 8 Grades 9 12 Percent change Percent change Percent change United States 40,543 49, ,150 34, ,393 14, Northeast 7,200 8, ,076 5, ,124 2, Connecticut Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire New Jersey 1,076 1, New York 2,566 2, ,790 1, Pennsylvania 1,655 1, ,148 1, Rhode Island Vermont Midwest 9,849 10, ,996 7, ,852 3, Illinois 1,797 2, ,280 1, Indiana 954 1, Iowa Kansas Michigan 1,577 1, ,128 1, Minnesota Missouri Nebraska North Dakota Ohio 1,764 1, ,239 1, South Dakota Wisconsin See notes at end of table. 128 The Condition of Education 2012

12 Table A-3-2. Number and percent change in public school enrollment in grades prekindergarten (prek) through 12, by grade level, region, and state or jurisdiction: School years and Continued [Numbers in thousands] Region and state or jurisdiction Grades prek 12 Grades prek 8 Grades 9 12 Percent change Percent change Percent change United States 40,543 49, ,150 34, ,393 14, South 14,605 18, ,617 13, ,988 5, Alabama Arkansas Delaware District of Columbia Florida 1,790 2, ,303 1, Georgia 1,127 1, , Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Mississippi North Carolina 1,081 1, , Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas 3,329 4, ,443 3, , Virginia 985 1, West Virginia West 8,889 11, ,460 8, ,428 3, Alaska Arizona 608 1, California 4,772 6, ,469 4, ,303 1, Colorado Hawaii Idaho Montana Nevada New Mexico Oregon Utah Washington 810 1, Wyoming NOTE: Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education, and Participation Tables 1 Appendix A Tables 129

13 Indicator 3 Public School Enrollment Table A-3-3. Region and state or jurisdiction Actual and projected number and projected percent change in public school enrollment in grades prekindergarten (prek) through 12, by grade level, region, and state or jurisdiction: School years and [Numbers in thousands] Grades prek 12 Grades prek 8 Grades 9 12 Actual enrollment Projected enrollment Projected percent change Actual enrollment Projected enrollment Projected percent change Actual enrollment Projected enrollment Projected percent change United States 49,484 53, ,625 37, ,860 15, Northeast 8,071 8, ,540 5, ,531 2, Connecticut Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire New Jersey 1,403 1, New York 2,735 2, ,869 1, Pennsylvania 1,793 1, ,210 1, Rhode Island Vermont Midwest 10,610 10, ,349 7, ,260 3, Illinois 2,092 2, ,455 1, Indiana 1,047 1, Iowa Kansas Michigan 1,587 1, ,076 1, Minnesota Missouri Nebraska North Dakota Ohio 1,754 1, ,223 1, South Dakota Wisconsin See notes at end of table. 130 The Condition of Education 2012

14 3 Table A-3-3. Region and state or jurisdiction Actual and projected number and projected percent change in public school enrollment in grades prekindergarten (prek) through 12, by grade level, region, and state or jurisdiction: School years and Continued [Numbers in thousands] Actual enrollment Grades prek 12 Grades prek 8 Grades 9 12 Projected enrollment Projected percent change Actual enrollment Projected enrollment Projected percent change Actual enrollment Projected enrollment Projected percent change United States 49,484 53, ,625 37, ,860 15, South 18,805 20, ,435 14, ,370 5, Alabama Arkansas Delaware District of Columbia Florida 2,643 2, ,858 2, Georgia 1,677 1, ,202 1, Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Mississippi North Carolina 1,491 1, ,058 1, Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee 987 1, Texas 4,936 5, ,587 4, ,349 1, Virginia 1,251 1, West Virginia Participation Tables 1 West 11,998 13, ,300 9, ,698 3, Alaska Arizona 1,072 1, California 6,290 7, ,294 4, ,996 2, Colorado Hawaii Idaho Montana Nevada New Mexico Oregon Utah Washington 1,044 1, Wyoming NOTE: The most recent year of actual data is , and is the last year for which projected data are available. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. For more information on projections, see NCES SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education, ; and Public State Elementary and Secondary Enrollment Model, Appendix A Tables 131

15 Indicator 4 Charter School Enrollment Table A-4-1. Number and percentage distribution of public charter schools and students, by selected student and school characteristics: Selected school years, through Student and school characteristics Student characteristics Total, number 339, , ,479 1,012,906 1,276,731 1,611,332 Sex Male Female Race/ethnicity White Black Hispanic Asian/Pacific Islander American Indian/Alaska Native Other School characteristics Total, number 1,524 2,348 2,977 3,780 4,388 4,952 Total, number reporting membership 1,456 2,261 2,921 3,690 4,289 4,891 School level 3 Elementary Secondary Combined Enrollment size Under ,000 or more Racial/ethnic concentration More than 50 percent White More than 50 percent Black More than 50 percent Hispanic Percentage of students in school eligible for free or reduced-price lunch 0 25 percent percent percent percent Missing/school did not participate Locale City Suburban Town Rural Not applicable. 1 Data for New Jersey were not available and therefore not included in the estimates. 2 Includes data for states reporting students of two or more races. 3 The sum of the percentages does not does always sum to 100 percent because the total may include ungraded schools and schools that did not report grade spans. NOTE: Data are for schools reporting student membership. The Common Core of Data (CCD) allows students to be reported for only a single school, even if they attend a shared time school, such as a vocational school. Detail may not sum to totals due to rounding. The percentage distribution for each student/school characteristic was based on the students/schools for whom that characteristic was reported, which may be less than the total number of students/schools. Race categories exclude persons of Hispanic ethnicity. For more information on race/ethnicity, percentage of students in school eligible for free or reduced-price lunch, and locale, see Appendix C Commonly Used Measures. For more information on the CCD, see Appendix B Guide to Sources. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey, (version 1b), (version 1a), (version 1a), (version 1a), (version 1b), and (version 1a). 132 The Condition of Education 2012

16 4 Participation Tables This indicator continues on page Appendix A Tables 133

17 Indicator 4 Charter School Enrollment Table A-4-2. Number, percentage, and percentage distribution of public charter schools and students, by region and state or jurisdiction: School years and Schools Students Schools Students As a percentage Percentage As a percentage As a percentage Percentage As a percentage Region and state or jurisdiction Number of all public schools distribution Number of all public schools Number of all public schools distribution Number of all public schools United States 1, , , ,611, Northeast , , Connecticut , , Maine Massachusetts , , New Hampshire New Jersey , New York , Pennsylvania , , Rhode Island , Vermont Midwest , , , Illinois , , Indiana , Iowa Kansas , Michigan , , Minnesota , , Missouri , , Nebraska North Dakota Ohio , , South Dakota Wisconsin , , South , , , Alabama Arkansas , Delaware , District of Columbia , , Florida , , Georgia , , Kentucky Louisiana , , Maryland , Mississippi # North Carolina , , Oklahoma , South Carolina # , Tennessee , Texas , , Virginia # West Virginia See notes at end of table. 134 The Condition of Education 2012

18 4 Table A-4-2. Number, percentage, and percentage distribution of public charter schools and students, by region and state or jurisdiction: School years and Continued Schools Students Schools Students As a percentage Percentage As a percentage As a percentage Percentage As a percentage Region and state or jurisdiction Number of all public schools distribution Number of all public schools Number of all public schools distribution Number of all public schools United States 1, , , ,611, West , , , Alaska , , Arizona , , California , , Colorado , , Hawaii , Idaho , Montana Nevada , New Mexico # , Oregon # , Utah , Washington Wyoming Not applicable. State did not have a charter law, or, for New Jersey in , data were not available. # Rounds to zero. NOTE: Data are for schools reporting student membership. The Common Core of Data (CCD) allows students to be reported for only a single school, even if they attend a shared time school, such as a vocational school. Detail may not sum to totals due to rounding. For more information on geographic region, see Appendix C Commonly Used Measures. For more information on the CCD, see Appendix B Guide to Sources. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Common Core of Data (CCD), Public Elementary/Secondary School Universe Survey, (version 1b) and (version 1a). Participation Tables 1 Appendix A Tables 135

19 Indicator 5 Private School Enrollment Table A-5-1. Grade level and school year Total enrollment and percentage distribution of students enrolled in private elementary and secondary schools, by school type and grade level: Various school years, through Catholic Other religious Private Conservative (independent) Unaffili- Total Total Parochial Diocesan Total Christian Affiliated ated Nonsectarian Enrollment, in thousands Grades prek ,918 2,660 1, , , ,944 2,666 1, , , ,018 2,660 1, , , ,320 2,673 1, , , ,099 2,520 1, , , ,073 2,403 1, , , ,910 2, , , ,488 2, , ,252 Grades prek ,756 2,042 1, , ,759 2,047 1, , ,789 2,034 1, , ,023 2,032 1, , , ,788 1,887 1, , , ,724 1, , , ,546 1, , , ,179 1, , Grades , , , , , , , , See notes at end of table. 136 The Condition of Education 2012

20 Table A-5-1. Grade level and school year Total enrollment and percentage distribution of students enrolled in private elementary and secondary schools, by school type and grade level: Various school years, through Continued Catholic Other religious Private (independent) Conservative Christian Unaffiliated Total Total Parochial Diocesan Total Affiliated Nonsectarian Percentage distribution Grades prek Grades prek Grades NOTE: Prekindergarten students who are enrolled in private schools that do not offer kindergarten or higher grades are not included in this analysis. Catholic schools include parochial, diocesan, and private Catholic schools. Affiliated religious schools have a specific religious orientation or purpose but are not Catholic. Unaffiliated schools have a more general religious orientation or purpose but are not classified as Conservative Christian or affiliated with a specific religion. Nonsectarian schools do not have a religious orientation or purpose. Ungraded students are prorated into prek 8 and 9 12 enrollment totals. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. For more information on the Private School Universe Survey (PSS), see Appendix B Guide to Sources. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Private School Universe Survey (PSS), various years, through Participation Tables 1 Appendix A Tables 137

21 Indicator 5 Private School Enrollment Table A-5-2. Grade level and school year Grades prek 12 Private elementary and secondary school enrollment and private enrollment as a percentage of total enrollment in public and private schools, by region and grade level: Various school years, through [Numbers in thousands] Total enrollment Northeast Midwest South West Total Percent of total enrollment Total Percent of total Northeast enrollment Total Percent of total Midwest enrollment Total Percent of total South enrollment Total Percent of total West enrollment , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Grades prek , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Grades , , , , , , , , NOTE: Prekindergarten students who are enrolled in private schools that do not offer kindergarten or higher grades are not included in this analysis. Ungraded students are prorated into prek 8 and 9 12 enrollment totals. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. For more information on geographic region, see Appendix C Commonly Used Measures. For more information on the Private School Universe Survey, see Appendix B Guide to Sources. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Private School Universe Survey (PSS), various years, through ; and Common Core of Data (CCD), State Nonfiscal Survey of Public Elementary/Secondary Education, various years, through The Condition of Education 2012

22 Table A-5-3. Selected characteristic Percentage distribution of students enrolled in private elementary and secondary schools, by school type and selected characteristics: Percentage distribution, by school type Total Catholic Total Parochial Diocesan Total Private (independent) Other religious Conservative Christian Affiliated Unaffiliated Nonsectarian 5 Total School level Elementary Secondary Combined Race/ethnicity White Black Hispanic Asian/ Pacific Islander Pacific Islander American Indian/ Alaska Native Two or more races Participation Tables Enrollment Less than or more Region Northeast Midwest South West Locale City Suburban Town Rural NOTE: Prekindergarten students who are enrolled in private schools that do not offer kindergarten or higher grades are not included in this analysis. Catholic schools include parochial, diocesan, and private Catholic schools. Affiliated religious schools have a specific religious orientation or purpose but are not Catholic. Unaffiliated schools have a more general religious orientation or purpose but are not classified as Conservative Christian or affiliated with a specific religion. Nonsectarian schools do not have a religious orientation or purpose. An elementary school has one or more grades of kindergarten (K) through grade 6 and does not have any grade higher than grade 8. A secondary school has one or more of grades 7 12 and does not have any grade lower than grade 7. A combined school offers both elementary and secondary education and typically has one or more of grades K through grade 6 and one or more of grades Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. For more information on geographic region and school locale, see Appendix C Commonly Used Measures. For more information on the Private School Universe Survey, see Appendix B Guide to Sources. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics, Private School Universe Survey (PSS), Appendix A Tables 139

23 Indicator 6 Racial/Ethnic Enrollment in Public Schools Table A-6-1. October of year Number and percentage distribution of public school students enrolled in prekindergarten through 12th grade by race/ethnicity: October 1990 October 2010 [Numbers in thousands] Total White Black Hispanic Asian Enrollment Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander American Indian/ Alaska Native ,086 28,991 7,202 5,054 1,304 1 ( 1 ) 407 Two or more races ,463 29,103 7,373 5,159 1,374 1 ( 1 ) ,041 29,304 7,524 5,310 1,455 1 ( 1 ) ,079 30,094 7,576 5,457 1,480 1 ( 1 ) ,887 30,656 8,039 6,423 1,141 1 ( 1 ) ,320 30,788 8,132 6,751 1,065 1 ( 1 ) ,487 29,960 8,002 7,025 1,936 1 ( 1 ) ,467 30,896 8,560 7,487 1,920 1 ( 1 ) ,817 30,164 8,505 7,647 1,946 1 ( 1 ) ,338 30,259 8,304 8,080 2,193 1 ( 1 ) ,198 29,963 8,337 8,214 2,044 1 ( 1 ) ,005 30,427 8,391 8,400 2,125 1 ( 1 ) ,443 30,426 8,434 8,981 1,980 1 ( 1 ) ,653 29,395 8,232 9,513 1, , ,568 28,738 8,289 9,870 1, , ,835 29,047 8,056 10,141 1, , ,663 28,486 7,977 10,470 1, , ,082 28,357 7,903 10,865 2, , ,768 27,923 8,002 11,093 1, , ,144 28,030 7,839 11,418 1, , ,719 27,675 7,757 12,066 2, ,512 Percentage distribution ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) ( 1 ) Not available. 1 From 1990 through 2002, data on Asian and Pacific Islander students were not reported separately; therefore, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander students are included with Asian students during this period. NOTE: Race categories exclude persons of Hispanic ethnicity. Totals include other race/ethnicity categories not shown separately. Detail may not sum to totals because of rounding. Prior to 2003, respondents were not allowed to choose more than one race. For more information on the Current Population Survey (CPS), see Appendix B Guide to Sources. For more information on race/ethnicity, see Appendix C Commonly Used Measures. SOURCE: U.S. Department of Commerce, Census Bureau, Current Population Survey (CPS), October Supplement, The Condition of Education 2012

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